- Yo-kai Watch: Main game series:
- Yo-kai Watch animation: Major Yo-kai
- Yo-kai Watch the Movie: Major Yo-kai
- Yo-kai Watch the Movie: Lord Enma and the Five Tales, Nyan!: Major Yo-kai
- Yo-kai Watch the Movie: The Great Adventure of the Flying Whale & the Double World, Nyan!: Major Yo-kai
- Yo-kai Watch: Forever Friends: Cameo
A blue Cat Yo-kai with a white chest, muzzle, and paw tips. His nose and inner-ear are dull pink and facial expression is in contrast from most of the Cat Yo-kai. At the center of his forehead is a white scar. He wears a dull gray belt which has a swirled sphere on it, and a long red cloth worn as a cloak.
Hovernyan has a very righteous personality, doing what's right often and standing up for his friends. Hovernyan is shown to be very patient, but after a while, he can lose focus of the task he is given. He is also very embarrassed about becoming Meganyan. He is seen to act very childishly as seen in the movie when introducing the "Rewind Stone" and made his own sound effects. He has strange ways of doing normal things.
Hovernyan has the ability to fly, and in the movie, throw balls of energy and coats his fists in it. As well as this, he has the ability to morph into a cat.
Scan Hovernyan's QR Code at Piggleston Bank to obtain the Keepsake Cap, which will make Hovernyan appear. He is found in the Ninja Forest by Harrisville in the past, where he can be battled once a day until he's befriended through the regular method.
Hovernyan can be befriended in the quest Blasters Boot Camp!, available after Chapter 10. The player must talk to Sgt. Burly at the Yo-kai Blasters house and run to Lord Enma's palace. There, the player will have to catch twenty-five Yo-kai within three minutes. After the player manages to do so, Hovernyan will fight you, and afterwards, be befriended.
In Yo-Kai Watch: The Movie, Hovernyan appears as Meganyan, then later becomes Hovernyan when he deflates. During the final battle, he transforms into Darknyan with the help of all the Yo-Kai (excluding Jibanyan and Whisper).
Hovernyan later made his debut in the TV anime series in the episode Yo-kai Misterr Typoo, where he and other cat Yo-kai were summoned all together due to Misterr Typoo's power changed the Robonyan F's Dream medal's name to 'Nyan'. Strangely, he is the only cat Yo-kai who didn't participate with other cat Yo-kai in beating up Nate and Whisper when the former accidentally upsetting them by saying that he summoned all of them for nothing.
After 199 episodes, Hovernyan finally made his debut in EP200.
- Befriended: "It hurts to say it, but that was a good fight. Let's be friends, you and I."
- Loafing: "Time for a break."
- Receiving food (favourite): "Now that's good!"
- Receiving food (normal): "Thanks, I guess."
- Receiving food (disliked): "I am NOT eating that."
- Freed from the Crank-a-kai (Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble): "Thank you for setting me free. I think we're going to be great friends!"
Yo-kai Watch 2
Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble
Yo-kai Watch 2
Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble
"Hovernyan" is a combination of "hover" and nyan, the onomatopoeia for the sound a cat makes.
"Fuyunyan" is a combination of fuyū (Japanese: 浮遊 floating) and nyan.
- This Yo-kai's appearance could be inspired by the Japanese Tokusatsu hero Kamen Rider and possibly Riderman.
- He is the first highest-ranked partner Yo-kai, the second being Usapyon.
- He is a wandering spirit as opposed to an earthbound spirit like Jibanyan, however Jibanyan (Shadowside) is a wandering spirit as well.
- His Japanese name sounds like fuyu, meaning winter which could be a reference to the fact that Hovernyan mostly appears as a movie-exclusive character, as they usually come out in the winter season in Japan.
- This is further joked about in EP200, where he says that he only comes during the winter.
- In Yo-kai Watch 3, his Soultimate was renamed from Gusty Cross Paw to Gutsy Cross Paw. It's unknown if it was a typo or not.
- As revealed in Yo-kai Watch 3, overeating causes him to turn back into Meganyan.
- In the dubbed movie, during the scene where Hovernyan calls Nathaniel's and Nate's attention after Dame Dedtime turns into Dame Demona, the sub-captions refer to him as Robonyan, in spite of Robonyan not even appearing in that scene.
- In the American-Spanish dub of the first movie, he is called Levinyan. This was actually the early name of Hovernyan in the European-Spanish version of Yo-kai Watch 2 before it was changed.
- In the M03, Hovernyan used Flurry of Fury when he released himself from the missile U Robonyan fired.
- In Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble Hovernyan's favorite food is Meat.
- In the Japanese fandom, Hovernyan's likeness of pizza was joked about after official art was posted on the official English Twitter account.
- However, if Hovernyan is fed that food in Yo-kai Watch 3, he will show an average liking for it.
- Hovernyan was the first Yo-kai from the original series to retain it's appearance in his Yo-kai Ark as for his Lightside form.
- In the end credits of Yo-kai Watch 2: Fleshy Souls and Bony Spirits, a scene shows Hovernyan as a cat (or a cat that shares his features) nuzzling up to Nate's Grandma, while Gnomey walks around the house in the background.
- However, the scene was omitted in Psychic Specters and replaced by a scene showing Nate's Grandma looking at a photo of her and Nathaniel riding a bike together when they were young.
In Other Languages
|Japanese||フユニャン Fuyunyan||浮遊 fuyū (floating) + nyan|
Levinyan (South America)
Levinyan (Wibble Wobble)